Doors open at Morville

Morville Hall near Bridgnorth is once again opening its doors on selected dates this year. The stone-built family home of Elizabethan origin was extensively enlarged and expanded during the mid-18th century. The Hall today exudes Georgian charm and character, while preserved Elizabethan features give visitors a feel for the original house. Stone steps lead down to a garden where Elizabethan topiary meets the luxury and elegance that typified Georgian tastes.

Senior house steward Alexa Buffey says, “It’s such a pleasure to open up Morville for visitors. The property is much loved, both by the families who live there today and local people.”

Members of the public are welcome to visit on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 September from noon until 5pm, with last entry at 4.30pm. Refreshments will be available from St Gregory the Great Church. Admission applies, with free entry for National Trust members and under 5s.

Visit nationaltrust.org.uk/morville-hall for details.

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